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Delhi: 25 buses with CCTVs to be added to fleet

However, the fleet stands at around 5,200, with 3,600 coming under the DTC and 1,679 orange cluster buses managed by the DIMTS.

Many challenges as DTC gets ready to roll out plan

The Indian Express has learnt that the corporation has sought Rs 200 crore as subsidy for six months in its report to the Transport Department, which, according to Minister Kailash Gahlot, has nearly finalised a Cabinet note on the matter.

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Eye on Delhi polls, Kejriwal proposes waiving fares for women traveling in bus, metro

At a public meeting in Delhi on Saturday, Kejriwal proposed waiving fares for women travelling in buses and metro trains to encourage them to use public transport.

Thousand low-floor CNG buses to bolster DTC fleet: Kailash Gahlot

The last DTC tender, for procurement of 1,000 standard-floor buses, had failed in May 2018 as only one bidder turned up to sell buses to the Corporation.

Some news for bus driver who died 2 years ago: He is on DTC payroll again

Madan Lal will finally be recognised by the corporation as its employee. Except, Lal died in February 2016.

Lok Sabha secretariat needs new car fleet, could snap ties with DTC

The LS secretariat is also exploring the possibility of doing away with the practice of hiring from the DTC altogether, and is considering hiring cars through ITDC, which already provides about 10 vehicles to the secretariat.

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Delhi government imposes ESMA ahead of DTC strike

DTC contractual employee leaders leading protests will be arrested under ESMA, said a Delhi government official. However, the DTC Workers Unity Centre, which is at the forefront of the agitation, asserted they are going ahead with the strike.

Delhi to get 500 new buses soon

The vendors were issued letters of acceptance after Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot's approval, Transport Commissioner Varsha Joshi told The Indian Express.

DTC revises wages of contractual drivers, announces incentives

As per the revised rates, contractual drivers will be now paid wages at the rate of Rs 6.65 per km for first 2,250 km clocked by them as compared to the earlier Rs 5 for the same distance.

DTC gets in action over reports of buses not opening gates at stops

The field checking staff has been instructed to report drivers not opening both gates and thus causing inconvenience to the boarding and deboarding commuters said a DTC official.

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You can now use your Delhi metro card to travel on the bus.

With this move, Delhi has become India’s first city to implement common mobility cards. See more: https://bit.ly/2M2t86i

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